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    Will this site be taken down when clause 6 comes enforce? I dont want to give up a job I adore and love. Feeling sad :-(

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    I don't think so .... and I hope not because I want to retire with style not like that ....★★ !!!

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    What do you mean? What happened? Did the criminalisation thing go ahead? X

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kendra View Post
    What do you mean? What happened? Did the criminalisation thing go ahead? X
    Yip... Seemingly in Norn Iron ...

    Will this site shut down? Quite the opposite I'd say. This site, especially the forums will become invaluable.

    Mark my words....hihihi

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    I don't want to and won't give up something I love so much no matter what they say. I've just moved to Belfast and some what worried that I won't be able to pay the bills now, my other business has only just started up and isn't able to support me financially yet... to much stress

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    Quote Originally Posted by emilyuk View Post
    I don't want to and won't give up something I love so much no matter what they say. I've just moved to Belfast and some what worried that I won't be able to pay the bills now, my other business has only just started up and isn't able to support me financially yet... to much stress
    I just started my own business too, I reckon it will be a year to a year and a half before it will be able to support me enough to retire. Does Belfast not come under the same law as the UK though? Or is the the whole of Ireland that's affected by this? Sorry I don't know much about it xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kendra View Post
    I just started my own business too, I reckon it will be a year to a year and a half before it will be able to support me enough to retire. Does Belfast not come under the same law as the UK though? Or is the the whole of Ireland that's affected by this? Sorry I don't know much about it xx
    The Stormont Assembly can only pass laws that apply to N Ireland. the Swedish model proposed in Clause 6 will only apply there. The rest of the UK is not affected by this.

    This is not the final stage in the legislation process, however it now seems certain that it will ultimately become law.

    Clause 6 does not apply to the Republic of Ireland; this is a 'foreign' country as far as the UK and N Ireland is concerned.

    However, there are similar provisions currently before the Irish Dail, and it seems now much more probable that it will pass. It would be very strange if the laws on both sides of the border here were very different.

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    I'm absolutely disgusted by the actions of our politicians yesterday. Regardless of opinions of sex workers and the purchase of sex, they have enforced their so called ideology on the industry and those involved.

    I am always very aware that workers could be trafficked, and am very careful about who I meet. If I think there are signs of trafficking, I wouldn't stay - but so far I have never experienced anything suspicious here.

    Clause 6 will only make things worse for sex workers. The industry will be driven further underground, it will become more seedy, and it will increase the opportunity for sex trafficking - instead of reducing it!!

    Tarring those who purchase sex with the same brush as those involved (at the core) in trafficking is inherently flawed. It will endanger the lives of many sex workers, and could increase the levels of sexual assault generally. A controversial thought, and I'm not saying that this will happen, but if you're going risk getting a criminal record, then why pay for it?

    This country is stepping back into the dark ages again, and I am certainly thinking of abandoning it in the very near future - not just because of this legislation, but it doesn't help!!

    Surely they should be legislating for the people (sex workers), not themselves! Maybe it's years of guilt from sexual abuse within the Catholic church and other institutions - Kincora and the rest.

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    Politicians & police always go for the easy targets,I would say the garda will have a field day when this law comes in,approaching men coming out of apartments etc,raiding hotel rooms,they will scare the bejaysus out of a lot of men ,put the fear of god in them etc and like a disease this will spread and business will drop off I fear,the ladies should be working and saving like crazy now as this will definitely reduce business,I see a lot more foreign golf trips in my future.
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    I do not want to “blame the victim” but Escort Ireland has been a victim of its own success, and to a certain extent, the author of its own misfortune.

    There was a time before Escort Ireland where escorts’ phone numbers were passed by word of mouth, and over Citizen Band radios and various other means, and this was a lot more discreet. Even other escort websites are rather more discreet.

    Don’t get me wrong, Escort Ireland is easily the best of all the websites of its type, and things like its review system has done a lot to iron out problems clients (and escorts) have had in the past. But it is just too easy for anybody (including the usual bigots) to lurk on the boards and to take gratuitous offence at what they see. This is an activity best kept out of the gaze of these bigots.

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